Cindy Brick has worn several hats during her career, including teacher, writer, editor, designer…and just plain quilter. A former editor at Quilter’s Newsletter, she also has been a columnist for McCall’s Quilting; a managing editor for several newsletters, including the Quilt Heritage Foundation; and an editor for several books. Cindy has written hundreds of articles for newspapers and magazines, and is the author of the Fabric Dating Kit, Quilts of the Great Depression; The Stitcher’s Language of Flowers; Hanky Panky Crazy Quilts; and the historical/how-to study Crazy Quilts.
Cindy is a professional judge, a nationally-known teacher, and an American Quilter’s Society-certified appraiser. She’s appeared in television and online specials, including an HGTV quilt history special, Simply Quilts and The Quilt Show.
Cindy Brick is the author of Quilts of the Golden West: Mining the History of the Gold and Silver Rush.